Think Elvis, The Blues Brothers, Michael Jackson, or Prince to see how some pop, rock, R&B, and country music performers continue to be influential long after they have passed on to rock ‘n’ paradise. However,
it is not always easy to see a living legend perform in person. Have you seen Dolly Parton or Luke Bryan recently? When it comes to living tribute performances,
nobody does it better than Legends in Concert, which has kept these “legends” relevant and popular for decades.
This is not a lip-syncing performance; instead, the vocalists use their real voices to perform with a live band, a cast of dancers, and state-of-the-art audio, visual, and lighting effects.
Except for maybe Beatlemania (1977), Legends in Concert was the first of its kind to tour the country as a tribute act, and the company is currently growing with plans to expand internationally.
The Myrtle Beach Legends in Concert theatre has been welcoming enthusiastic fans for nearly 30 years, initially at a facility in Surfside Beach and now at the Broadway at the Beach location for the past 11 years.
With a rotating cast of past and present stars every three months, we thought that shadowing one of their most beloved cast members, Isaiah Mercado (Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars), for the better part of a work day might provide some insight into what goes into all of these performances—and what it takes to be a legend. For more updates visit TheActiveNews.Com.